The Goldbergs (2013 - )

The Goldbergs

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A nostalgic comedy series about kids growing up in a dysfunctional family in the 1980s. Based on creator Adam F. Goldberg's childhood.

Most Recent Episode

Aired Wed, Feb 19, 2020

Dave Kim's Party
The Goldbergs: Season 7, Dave Kim's Party

Next Episode

Wed, February 26, 2020

Off-Campus Lunch
The Goldbergs: Season 7, Off-Campus Lunch

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2019, ABC, 16 episodes

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2018, ABC, 23 episodes

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2017, ABC, 23 episodes

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2016, ABC, 24 episodes

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2015, ABC, 24 episodes

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2014, ABC, 24 episodes

Critics Consensus: The Goldbergs is at times too reliant on gimmicky references to 1980s pop culture, but it's also sweet, sincere, and occasionally very funny.

2013, ABC, 23 episodes


Patton Oswalt
as Adam (adult)
Troy Gentile
as Barry
Hayley Orrantia
as Erica Goldberg
Amanda Michalka
as Lainey Lewis
Noah Munck
as "Naked" Rob Smith
Matt Bush
as Andy Cogan
Bryan Callen
as Coach Miller
Sam Lerner
as Jeff Schwartz
Tim Meadows
as Mr. Glascott
Sean Marquette
as Johnny Atkins
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Principal Ball
Shayne Topp
as Matt Bradley
Jennifer Irwin
as Virginia Kremp
Jacob Hopkins
as Chad Kremp
David Koechner
as Bill Lewis
Ana Gasteyer
as Miss Cinoman
Darien Provost
as Adam (adult)
Steve Olson
as Dr. Jiff Mosely
Sam Kindseth
as Dave Sirota
Alison Rich
as Valley Erica
Zayne Emory
as JC Spink
Mindy Sterling
as Linda Schwartz.
Bill Goldberg
as Coach Nick
Allie Grant
as Evelyn Silver
Niko Guardado
as Ruben Amaro, Jr.
Dan Bakkedahl
as Mr. Woodburn
Jackson Odell
as Dana's Brother
Quincy Fouse
as Taz Money
Judd Hirsch
as Pop-Pop
Rob Huebel
as John Calabasas
Troy Winbush
as Officer Pochinski
Ken Lerner
as Lou Schwartz
Nathan Gamble
as Garry Ball
Tanner Buchanan
as Evan Turner
Cooper Roth
as JC Spink
Nia Long
as Lucy Somers
Charlie DePew
as Anthony Balsamo
Michaela Watkins
as Miss Taraborelli
Robert Englund
as Freddy Krueger
J. Anthony Pena
as Glen (Security Guard #1)
Stephen Guarino
as Administrator Dean
Mindy Stirling
as Linda Schwartz
Kate Hess
as SAT Proctor
Larry Joe Campbell
as Paul (Security Guard #2)
Froy Gutierrez
as Handsome Ben
Tyler Stokes
as Drew Kremp
Heather Moiseve
as Kerri Doherty
Austin Kane
as Lou Jr.
J.C. Spink
as Joe the Bus Driver
Billy Malone
as Security Guard
Joey Luthman
as Roger McFadden
Chad Hartigan
as Newscaster
Heidi Hayward
as Jazzercise Instructor
Joshua Carlon
as Michael C. Levy
Ron Funches
as Froy the RA
Ricardo Hurtado
as Brian McMahon
Thomas Kasp
as Bradley Cooper
Phil Tyler
as Office Dan
Louis Gregory
as Uncle Louie
Emily McCoy
as Serry Mirsky
Court Young
as Cashier
Eric B.
as Manager
Ali Ghandour
as Dumb Doug
Mike Nojun Park
as Sam Goody Guy
Harrison Boxley
as Psycho Mikowitz
Steve Berg
as Mailman
John Eddins
as Security Guard
Mike Rock
as Mr. Sirota
Annie Mumolo
as Betsy Rubenstone
Karen Gonzales
as Saleswoman
Missi Pyle
as Madame Charbenaux
Morgan Beck
as Cowboy Josh
Alan Gray
as Old Man
Bon Ogle
as Hippie
Clancy Brown
as Mr. Crosby
Stephen D'Angelo
as Jersey Bro
Lynette Dupree
as Lunch Lady
Nancy Friedrich
as Tour Guide
Brian Huskey
as Andy Secunda
Gillian Vigman
as Louise Rubin
Daniel Nguyen
as Theater Manager
Stephnie Weir
as Carol London
Tom Cavanagh
as Charles Kremp
Matt Cornett
as Andrew Gallery
Alex Jackson Long
as Opponent #1
Mike Hagerty
as Clerk (Terence)
Barry Bostwick
as Professor Majors
Iris Braydon
as Janice Demarco
Alissa Latow
as Hot Cheerleader
Casey Simpson
as Dougie Caldwell
Sadie Stanley
as Brea Bee
Scott Adsit
as Vinny Geary
David L. King
as Announcer
Austin Lyon
as Frat Guy
Erik Weiner
as Sheriff
Barbara Alyn Woods
as Mrs. Caldwell
Shannon McClung
as College Recruiter
Keith Pillow
as Principal Dover
Luke Barbato Smith
as 8-year-old Adam
William McMullen
as Scrawny Kid
Stephen Jared
as Dana's Dad
Emmy Mirsky
as Mrs. Mirsky
Kim Kunze
as Dana's Mom
Mike Grief
as Pastry Baker
Tom Williamson
as Dwayne Martin
Patrick Daniel
as Russ McGinley
Parker Harris
as Michael Rubenstone
Rhoda Baldwin
as Lorraine
Justene Alpert
as Sorority Girl
James Garlin
as Mini Murray
Poppie Harris
as Dance Instructor
Mason Dye
as Rick Kentwood
Terrell Lee
as Pawn Shop Guy
Jay Hunter
as Manly Firefighter
Annie Mebane
as Benetton Clerk
Steele Gagnon
as Little Kid
Irene Roseen
as Mrs. Cheevers
Paul McKinney
as Reporter
Marisa Jaret Winokur
as Susie Goodman
Jeff Witzke
as Maitre'D
Michael Bunin
as Cranky Customer
Richard Kind
as Formica Mike
J. Doc Farrow
as Security Guard
Jordyn Lucas
as Asha Brown
Charlie Sheen
as Dude in Police Station
R.D. Robb
as Paul Sirochman
Christopher Boyer
as Ben Franklin Dude
Michael Rubenstone
as Mr. Burkhart
Lily Donoghue
as Jamie Weisman
Alex Berg
as Shady Dude
Lew Schneider
as News Anchor
Ron Huebel
as John Calabasas
Winston Story
as Airline Employee
Lily Donaghue
as Jamie Weisman
Susie Essman
as Edie Robb
Eddie Pepitone
as Tony the Deli Guy
Marlon Young
as Captain Wallace
Carlos Edwin Colon
as Spur Wielding Esq.
David Haack
as Guitar Guy
Augie Isaacs
as Matt Schernecke
Amy Gross
as Ellen
Ruben Amaro Jr.
as Ruben Amara Sr.
Kevin William Paul
as Beta Zeta Brother
Jay Sincere
as Security Guy
Brea Bee
as Mrs. Vanica
Barak Hardley
as Jeopardy Producer
Lance Krall
as Dick Biggens
Andrew Secunda
as Mr. MacCullough
Oliver Cooper
as Other Adam
Keana Marie
as Jamie Weisman
Martin Kove
as Master John
Marcus Eckert
as Jimmy Flannigan
Jerry Minor
as Prof. Dixon
Shaun Weiss
as Kenny Frisco
Brandon Ruiter
as Omega Psi Brother
Tedra Millan
as Punk Kid
Langan Kingsley
as Ticket Booth Worker
Chad Kremp
as Mr. Kremp
Jackie Geary
as Mrs. Geary
Pat Finn
as Kormy
David Bloom
as Michael Z. Levy
Gregor Manns
as Bus Driver
Todd Fasen
as B. Dalton Employee
Kirk Fox
as Tall Jake
Solomon Stewart
as Young Adam
Ethan Jones
as Young Chad
Chip Chinery
as Dancing Bruce
Melissa Joan Hart
as Flight Attendant
Tommy Lee
as Professor Lee
Jon Sklaroff
as Professor Ron Isaacson
Eva La Dare
as Ellen Stone
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